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    tixop
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    Bullish
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    Uziel
    If the cdc insist on blocking cruises, they might push cruising to other islands such as Cuba and others.
    I’m 100% certain that cube contacted the cruise lines with outstanding low cost offers.
    Millions of cruise line employees are out of work,
    It’s time to cruise,
    Wallensky!!
    Leave politics behind and do what’s good for the country
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    Princess Cays
    At 4.5M doses a day there will be 270M more vaccines distributed in 60 days setting up July for the entire USA to be vaccinated! Use this forecast and BUY BUY BUY.... Those who can see what is about to happen with CCL will be SWIMMING IN CASH!
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    paul
    Glad I sold at 29 in the pre-market this morning and just re-bought back in at $27.70! This thing is going back to 30! Glad I just got to make some extra money! I’d rather be a lot luckier than a lot of smart!
    Bullish
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    J.R. Ewing
    If you look at the chart we knew today was going to be a down day! $27-$28 will be the new support level! Just some profit-taking that’s all!
    Bullish
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    James
    Just picked up another thousand shares this thing looks like it’s holding solid at the support level! This will definitely go up to see 30 on the next upward turn! Guaranteed take it to the bank cash the check it’s good!
    Bullish
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    PaulJ
    CCL sold 400M share during covid and raised $10B now sitting on $11B cash
    High demand for cruises means no discounting fares to fill the ship
    CCL will cruise higher in 2021
    $40 for christmas
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    IM
    Carnival upgraded to Buy from Hold at Argus sees 'strong' pent-up cruise demand

    Argus analyst John Staszak upgraded Carnival to Buy from Hold with a $33 price target. The analyst is citing the company's Q1 earnings guidance and a 90% sequential growth in advance bookings metric earlier this week, stating that the increase reflects strong pent-up demand for cruise vacations as coronavirus vaccines are rolled out and the impact of the pandemic diminishes. Staszak adds that Carnival should also benefit from the sale of 19 less fuel-efficient ships later this year.
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    Bree
    Boy the shorts are really nervous they’re pleading with everybody not to buy the stock! I mean come on if we’re talking about credibility we’ve got people on here saying this is going to go below $20! LOL I don’t think so anytime soon!
    Bullish
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    z
    Don’t worry, $40 is on the way
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    IM
    Great time to buy more while it's trading sideways
    Bullish
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    Dean
    Let’s go. This is how the Brits do it! ..
    CLIA and UK Chamber of Shipping response to this morning's Global Travel Taskforce report...

    ‘We welcome today’s announcement to restart international cruises alongside the wider resumption of international travel, in line with the “traffic light” system.

    ‘This announcement is the culmination of extensive collaboration between industry, government, health authorities and ports during the last 12 months to further strengthen health measures, which now go beyond any other travel sector. The industry’s protocols have already been tried and tested as almost 400,000 people have sailed on cruises since last summer elsewhere around the globe.

    ‘Today’s decision sends a signal of confidence in the industry and is a welcome boost to the thousands of people employed in the sector or whose livelihoods depend upon cruise, including travel agencies, hotels, tour guides, port operators and many other service providers up and down the country.’
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    IM
    Carnival price target raised to $35 from $30 at Stifel

    Stifel analyst Steven Wieczynski raised the firm's price target on Carnival to $35 from $30 and keeps a Buy rating on the shares, telling investors that he thinks it seems that the resumption of cruising, especially in North America, is "becoming more of a reality." If cruise operations can commence in North America, even in some limited capacity, by the start of Q3, Wieczynski believes the risk of additional dilutive equity or debt raises becomes less likely and that investors should become more comfortable around cash burn assumptions and liquidity
    Bullish
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    Benny
    Do you think if the lawsuit reaches the high cort, FL will win because the judges are conservative ?
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    Bree
    Carnival Corporation: Another Cruise Liner Set To Double!! The cruise line sector is far from dead, despite growing debt problems medium term. Carnival has asymmetric risk skewed to the upside. Carnival's booking trend shows that demand is going to return instantly once no-sail orders are lifted by the CDC. Cruise liners, including Carnival, are massively undervalued relative to their true earnings capability.
    Uncertainty in the sector about the lifting of the no-sail order and the huge amount of debt in the sector are problems, but they are mostly refinancing problems and they can be dealt with in due time.

    First, cruise liners need to be able to leave US ports and start sailing again, this is the first hurdle that needs to be taken.

    There is also great risk in cruise liners giving in to the temptation to raise more equity if valuations continue to recover. A higher share price makes it tempting to raise equity to lower leverage. The price, of course, is more dilution and a probably even higher number of shares issued and decreasing earnings-per-share. Besides the considerable sector risk discussed here, once no-sail orders are lifted and voyages resume, which could still be in 2021, Carnival and other cruise liners are primed for a fundamental revaluation amid an instantly improving industry outlook. Carnival’s booking situation proves that demand can be expected to return fast which supports a positive revision of earnings forecasts. Carnival has asymmetric risk skewed to the upside and the cruise liner could double its valuation without being exceptionally expensive compared to its historical P-E ratio.
    Bullish
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    Dominique
    Can’t wait to go on my cruise! Got my bikini waxed and looking sexy!
    Bullish
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    Nature boy
    The nature boy I love CCL the ladies!
    Bullish
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    CCLark
    Institutions are accumulating since the legal outcome will most likely favor CCL! A Judge will find that the Facts & Science show cruise restart will be safe. The judge will see the evidence that the UK's, Europe's & Singapore's Health Agencies all approved the Cruise Line safety protocols and they are allowing cruises! Over 100,000 people have cruised on Royal during the pandemic and they only had 10 cases of covid on the ship! That is without the vaccine! Lift the CSO CDC!!!
    Bullish
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    Miggy
    276 Covid deaths reported yesterday. That's the lowest since the start of the pandemic a year ago. There is reason for optimism. When the CDC sees how much the virus has been suppressed now that most of the at risk population is immune they will adjust regulations. If the trend continues the CDC will make an announcement this week.